Career Resources During COVID-19

The Career Resource Center is open virtually and continues to provide all career services to UB School of Management students.

  • Appointments: You can continue to schedule career advising appointments in BizLink. You will receive instructions regarding the format (phone, Zoom link) in your appointment confirmation and reminder emails.
  • Events and Workshops: Will be delivered in live virtual sessions using Zoom or WebEx and some will be recorded for future viewing (on CRC website or in BizLink).
  • Résumés and other documents can continue to be reviewed. For a first review, try the VMock tool or request an appointment with your career advisor through BizLink. For subsequent reviews, contact your advisor directly through email. 
  • Internships: Students now have more flexibility in defining internship opportunities. Please direct your internship questions to and someone will respond within 24 hours. More internship resources are available below.
  • Interviews with employers will be virtual. Watch for communications from the recruiter with specifics. Practice your virtual interview using the BigInterview platform. To get started simply register for an account using your UB email address.
  • Contact the CRC by calling 716-645-3232 or sending an email to during business hours (8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Or contact our Virtual Front Desk [Zoom] from 8:30 a.m -12 p.m., and 1-5 p.m.

Employers please contact Amy Johnson, employer relations manager at to set up virtual events and interview schedules and for answers to your recruiting questions.

UB School of Management Alumni: We recognize your career may be impacted by COVID-19 and encourage you to take advantage of all of the resources outlined here. Additionally, you are welcome to reach out to the Career Resource Center at 716-645-3232 or

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  • UB School of Management students now have more flexibility in defining internship opportunities. Please direct your internship questions to and someone will respond within 24 hours. More internship resources are available below.
    • Virtual  or remote internships: On-site internships are ideal, but we have revised our internship policy to include virtual internships, provided they meet our standards for academic integrity and quality. Discuss your interest in participating in a remote internship with employers - they may not realize this is a possibility.
    • Project-based “micro” internships: Consider participating in a shorter, project-based micro-internship. This may be a 2-4 week opportunity, but is still a valuable means to gain experience and apply your academic knowledge to a real-world setting.
  • Internship search resources
  • What To Do If The Coronavirus Cancels Your Summer Internship (Forbes)
  • How to Get Ahead Without a Summer Internship (CNN)

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Stay Connected

Check-in on people. Send a quick message to see how your connections are doing. Include messages to your professional contacts who have given you information or referrals in the past. Check in and wish them well. Host virtual meetups with friends and teammates. Staying connected will help you stay positive during this trying time.

Contact Us

Frank L. Ciminelli Family
Career Resource Center

School of Management
University at Buffalo
308 Alfiero Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4010

Tel: 716-645-3232
Fax: 716-645-3231

Summer Hours
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

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Additional Ways to Gain Skills and Experience

  • Upskill. Consider taking a course or earn a certification. Improve on a skill that will make you more marketable. Some popular online learning and certification platforms include Udemy, Coursera, and LinkedIn Learning
  • Volunteer. You have business skills that nonprofits could use. Once things open up again, consider volunteering some of your time. Check out these volunteer opportunities.
  • Gain project experience. Sign up with Parker Dewey and complete a small project for money. These are small projects that companies need done but do not have the time or staff to devote to them. NOTE: These projects do not qualify for CPT (curricular practical training).
  • Develop a professional portfolio or website. This is a great way to demonstrate your interests, accomplishments and goals in an online platform.
  • Become a thought leader on LinkedIn. Pick a topic to really focus on. Share articles and news. You could even write an article. Learn more about How to Become a LinkedIn Thought Leader in 9 Easy Steps.

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